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Offline Lobby

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New member in England - 3/4 of a 350 GTR?
« on: October 27, 2018, 07:04:46 AM »
Hello all and thanks for having me.

I recently fulfilled a longstanding ambition to own a 350 GTR.
Being a 2 stroke fan since my first bike, a Yamaha RD200 in 1980, I've been fascinated by their advanced technical features, and now that I am older and less bendy, their relatively large proportions.
The bike I have bought is incomplete, seized, and in need of much love and many parts. It's a long term project!

Fortunately I am a time-served engineer and worked as a mechanic at a Honda, Suzuki and Yamaha dealership in the past, so I have a fighting chance of success.
Getting the engine stripped, rebuilt and running is the first job - it's missing both heads, right hand cylinder, piston and exhaust. Can anyone help with these parts?

 I live near Bolton in the north west of England, is anyone nearby?

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Re: New member in England - 3/4 of a 350 GTR?
« Reply #1 on: October 27, 2018, 08:22:11 AM »
Contact me l live in Somerset just down the M5.

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Re: New member in England - 3/4 of a 350 GTR?
« Reply #2 on: October 29, 2018, 12:46:58 PM »
     Hi Lobby,
                   Congrats on aquiring a GTR, 3/4s is better than no Bridgestone. Welcome to the site.
      I am just outside Blackpool about 40 miles away, nice to have another member in the North West. Have a GTO, 2 GTRs and a spares bike.  I may be able to help you out with many of the parts you need.  Click on BRT-GTR to find my email address and let me have a list of what you are short of. I need to thin the herd.
     There used to be a GTR owner in Bolton, have never met him but his name appeared in the VJMC magazine from time to time as part of the Central Lancs group.                                                                                        Brian.
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Re: New member in England - 3/4 of a 350 GTR?
« Reply #3 on: February 05, 2019, 05:18:15 AM »
Hi, If you pop over to D and K at Stoke, they have a GTR for sale and bits, the GTR has been on the bay a few times but its never sold, think its about £1500, has pipes and a lot of shiny bits on it, if you talk to the sales men they are always willing to do a deal



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